2.29.2004

Via David Larsen -- Aristotle's definition of a noun (onoma) -- a sound which by virtue of convention indicates a meaning with no reference to time.

Also then, via Foucault: "For millennia, man* remained what he** was for Aristotle: a living animal with the additional capacity for a political existence; modern man*** is an animal whose politics places his**** existence as a living being in question."

*[wo]/
**[s]/
***[wo]/
****[her]/